Preparing Students for Tomorrow — Caring for Them Today
Our mission is to graduate each student to be future ready. Brazosport ISD… setting the standard for educational excellence!
WE'RE PROUD OF OUR RESULTS!
Within Brazosport ISD’s 200 square miles and 19 campuses, there is a strong sense of community brought together through agriculture, ranching, industry, the arts, technology, and small business. This year the district is celebrating 75 years of educational excellence. Since 1944, the district has been building on the foundation of a growing community made up of eight communities: Freeport, Lake Jackson, Clute, Jones Creek, Oyster Creek, Surfside Beach, Quintana and Richwood.
BISD has invested in state of the art facilities and cutting-edge technology for teachers and students to enhance the innovative discovery and learning process.
The district has opened three new elementary schools in the last three years, with two more scheduled to open in the 2020-2021 school year. In 2019, registered voters in BISD overwhelmingly approved a $267 million bond, which includes a new replacement high school, an elementary school STEM facility, new CTE program facilities and offerings, and other district operation enhancements.
The district offers over 100 Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses for academic credit and works closely with local industry, businesses and Brazosport College to meet the demanding needs for jobs in the Greater Houston Area. Opportunities include programs of study ranging from Engineering, Manufacturing, Animal Science, Construction, Rocketry, Audio/Video, Graphic Design, Cybersecurity and Health Science, just to name a few. Students earned more than 1,800 CTE certifications during the 2018-2019 school year within these career fields.
Along with rigorous academic opportunities, including award-winning fine arts programs, advanced science and mathematics coursework, innovative technology, engineering, and extensive career and technology courses; our students are prepared for college or career.
Brazosport ISD is made up of kind, caring employees and community members who work together to ensure that students have a wide range of high-quality programs to engage every learning style and assist in tapping into the unique gifts and qualities of every child’s interest and potential.
Danny Massey has been in education for 31 years. He has served the past 29 years at Brazosport ISD as a teacher, coach, assistant principal, principal, executive director, and as the district’s superintendent for the past five years.
Danny is known for his transparency as well as his visibility within the community. His wife Debbie is a graduate of the district and their three children are actively involved in extracurricular activities in BISD schools. Danny is a public school advocate and believes that we can only have strong communities through having strong public schools. He believes staying connected to parents, staff and stakeholders is vital to the success of the district, and ultimately to the success of the students placed in his care.
He earned his bachelor’s degree in education from Missouri Southern State College, holds a Masters in Education from Texas Southern University and received his Superintendent Certification from Region IV Service Center.
Mason P. Howard